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What Rights is Rand Paul supposedly wanting to take away?
In a comment Posted on the Hub Tea Party Controlled Congress, Hubber Bill Yon stated that Ran(d) Paul wants to do away with Civil Rights, and not let women vote. I am wondering what source he used in determining this.
He has no source. People will use anything at their disposal, including the most outrageous claims, to influence others on how to vote. These people never have to prove anything they say....the spoken accusations are enough to sway some people and they know it. It is one of the reasons elections are referred to as "the silly season". Verify everything you see and hear to your own satisfaction always. Trust your instincts and make your own decisions....and you'll do the right thing for you.
Notice how Bill is still not wanting to list any sources just get angry and tell us to take our heads out of the sand. Its amazing how people can make false claims and yet get angry at other people when asked to back them up with actual fact. It's not my fault or point2makes that Bill doesn't have any facts.
Yon is full of crap. In no way, shape, or form is that true in the slightest. Yon's simply taking some words out of context, telling you they mean X, when that's perfectly absurd.
Bill Yon, please don't insult our intelligence with such silly and absurd arguments. YOU know that your argument isn't true, we know it isn't true, and more importantly, the absurdity of arguing it is just painful for someone to watch.
Rand Paul is a libertarian, which means his view of what the government should do is quite different from most people's. However, he IS a believer in equal rights, fully - accusing him of wanting to remove women's vote is insanity.
I mean, seriously, do you people ever listen to yourselves? Do you really, truly, believe that all libertarians want to roll back the right to vote for women? That all conservatives are actually national socialists who want to kill a certain semitic race? That a small majority of those who have a political ideology of some kind are insanely cruel, inhumane, narcissistic monsters? If you do, it is YOU who has the problem, not conservatives nor libertarians, you have become deranged and have deluded yourself into thinking that masses of people are the devil incarnate, and it's all in your mind.
I have been following Rand Paul's campaign for months. He has never said anything about taking anyone's civil rights. Bill is just spouting more leftist, uninformed dribble. Ok, Bill, cite specific examples if you want to shout your libetard rhetoric.
We can vote out folks who don't bother to get their facts straight before voting on bills. Election 2010 showed this.
We can do nothing about folks who don't bother to get facts straight before offering their opinions, except perhaps to help educate them as to how they can support their claim.
Bill, Some googling to come up with and offer a link to a direct quote or (even better) to a YouTube video would lend a bit more credibility to your claim. Facts count.
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